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18th Jun '17 7:57:35 AM lillolillo
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* In ''Manga/CityHunter'' Ryo can imitate ''any'' voice. He usually accompanies it with some pathetic disguise for added fun.

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* In ''Manga/CityHunter'' ''Manga/CityHunter'':
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Ryo can imitate ''any'' voice. He usually accompanies make a flawless impression of any voice after hearing it once, often accompanying it with some a pathetic disguise for added fun.disguise.
** Silver Fox is implied to be one: he could imitate the voice of a professional photographer well enough to fool his model, and then imitated Ryo's voice well enough to fool Kaori. Kaori still saw through his disguise, but that's because she was expecting something like that and had a test ready (namely, her bra. Silver Fox faked being aroused, but Ryo wouldn't have been).
10th Jun '17 1:17:19 PM nombretomado
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* One of the powers Vox uses the most in the WhateleyUniverse. She's a Siren, so she can do a lot more than just Voice Changeling. Including perfectly imitating a pop singer and the singer's backup singers and the singer's background musicians, all at the same time.

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* One of the powers Vox uses the most in the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. She's a Siren, so she can do a lot more than just Voice Changeling. Including perfectly imitating a pop singer and the singer's backup singers and the singer's background musicians, all at the same time.
4th Jun '17 1:18:10 PM Sharlee
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* Cyborg on ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' once mimicked his own grandmother's vocal tones to taunt a villain, only to find himself adopting her personality when his voice got stuck that way for days.
3rd Jun '17 2:46:18 PM Sharlee
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* In ''Franchise/TransformersGeneration1'''s third season, Starscream's ghost uses this ability when he possesses and poses as other Decepticons. He and Octane also joke about this trope, taking turns imitating each other.
21st May '17 4:09:11 PM nombretomado
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* WaysideSchool's substitute teacher Mr. Gorf steals the kids's voices through his third nostril. He's able to deceive numerous parents, but he gets found out by the lunch lady when he says something uncharacteristically nice using a meaner student's voice.

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* WaysideSchool's Literature/WaysideSchool's substitute teacher Mr. Gorf steals the kids's voices through his third nostril. He's able to deceive numerous parents, but he gets found out by the lunch lady when he says something uncharacteristically nice using a meaner student's voice.
27th Apr '17 4:48:14 PM jormis29
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* In ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', J.D. has the ability to perfectly mimic Turk's voice. In the solitary occasion we see it, Donald Faison voices over Zach Braff's lipsync. He justifies by having worked on the imitation for years, besides he loses the perfection later in the episode while trying to show off.

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* In ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', J.D. has the ability to perfectly mimic Turk's voice. In the solitary occasion we see it, Donald Faison voices over Zach Braff's Creator/ZachBraff's lipsync. He justifies by having worked on the imitation for years, besides he loses the perfection later in the episode while trying to show off.
22nd Apr '17 5:25:49 PM nombretomado
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* Chisato of ''SuikodenV'' is known as The Woman of a Thousand Voices, and for good reason: she can do ''astounding'' things with her voice. Her range is so fantastic that, at one point, she perfectly duplicates the voice of a pirate captain to trick his crew into lowering their guard at a critical moment. As a member of the Loyalist Army, she also functions as the Voice Changer, enabling the player to alter the sound of the Prince's voice.

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* Chisato of ''SuikodenV'' ''VideoGame/SuikodenV'' is known as The Woman of a Thousand Voices, and for good reason: she can do ''astounding'' things with her voice. Her range is so fantastic that, at one point, she perfectly duplicates the voice of a pirate captain to trick his crew into lowering their guard at a critical moment. As a member of the Loyalist Army, she also functions as the Voice Changer, enabling the player to alter the sound of the Prince's voice.
21st Apr '17 2:08:46 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', Grubber shows this ability in the episode about prank calls. In particular, he copies the Mayor's voice to make fake crises and divert the Powerpuff Girls. What makes it doubly funny is that Grubber is usually TheUnintelligible.
** Though in "Buttercrush", he did an absolutely terrible impression of Buttercup.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', Dexter adopted this ability. Some kind of machine enabled him to copy the exact voices of others. This was in the babysitting episode, where he used the voices of the babysitter and her boyfriend to sever their relationship, so that he could move in himself.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', Grubber shows this ability in the episode about prank calls. In particular, he copies the Mayor's voice to make fake crises and divert the Powerpuff Girls. What makes it doubly funny is that Grubber is usually TheUnintelligible.
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TheUnintelligible. Though in "Buttercrush", [[BadImpressionists he did an absolutely terrible impression of Buttercup.
Buttercup]].
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', Dexter adopted this ability. Some kind of uses a machine enabled him to copy the exact voices of others. This was in the babysitting episode, where he used the voices of the his babysitter and her boyfriend to [[RelationshipSabotage sever their relationship, relationship]], [[PrecociousCrush so that he could move in himself.himself]].



-->'''Dwight:''' I don't see the profit in this device. What's its target market?
-->'''Farnsworth:''' There is no target market...only targets...[[TakeOverTheWorld TARGETS WHO WILL BOW BEFORE THEIR NEW MASTER'S]] BOOMING VOICE! [[EvilLaugh Bwahahahahahahah]]!

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-->'''Dwight:''' I don't see the profit in this device. What's its target market?
-->'''Farnsworth:'''
market?\\
'''Farnsworth:'''
There is no target market...only targets...[[TakeOverTheWorld TARGETS WHO WILL BOW BEFORE THEIR NEW MASTER'S]] BOOMING VOICE! [[EvilLaugh Bwahahahahahahah]]!



** [[PowerParasite The Parasite]] can do this after he absorbs someone's energy. In his debut episode, he power-drains Clark / Superman and imprisons him so he can keep feeding. When Clark points out his co-workers will start asking questions, Parasite reveals he can perfectly mimic Clark's voice, allowing "Clark" to call in sick.

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** [[PowerParasite The Parasite]] can do this after he absorbs someone's energy.mimic the voices of people whose energy he's absorbed. In his debut episode, he power-drains Clark / Superman and imprisons him so he can keep feeding. When Clark points out his co-workers will start asking questions, Parasite reveals he can perfectly mimic Clark's voice, allowing "Clark" to call in sick.
8th Apr '17 5:45:00 PM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. The [[BenevolentAI Machine]] and [[EvilCounterpart Samaritan]] are capable of this, despite usually communicating with either a mish-mash of assembled voice clips or via human avatars. A chilling example occurs in "QSO" when the host of a ConspiracyTheory radio show has stumbled on a secret that Samaritan would rather did not get out. During a live broadcast, his soundboard and phone lines go dead, yet he continues to hear ''his own voice'' talking over the radio, announcing that he intends to commit suicide.

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. The [[BenevolentAI Machine]] and [[EvilCounterpart Samaritan]] are capable of this, despite usually communicating with either a mish-mash of assembled voice clips or via human avatars. A chilling example occurs in "QSO" when the host of a ConspiracyTheory radio show has stumbled on a secret that Samaritan would rather did not get out. During a live broadcast, his soundboard and phone lines go dead, yet he continues to hear ''his own voice'' talking over the radio, announcing that [[OhCrap he intends to commit suicide.suicide]].
8th Apr '17 5:43:59 PM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. The Machine, and later it's EvilCounterpart Samaritan, are capable of this, despite usually communicating with either a mish-mash of assembled voice clips or via human avatars. A chilling example occurs in "QSO" when the host of a ConspiracyTheory radio show has stumbled on a secret that Samaritan would rather did not get out. During a live broadcast, his soundboard and phone lines go dead, yet he continues to hear ''his own voice'' talking over the radio, announcing that he intends to commit suicide.

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. The Machine, [[BenevolentAI Machine]] and later it's EvilCounterpart Samaritan, [[EvilCounterpart Samaritan]] are capable of this, despite usually communicating with either a mish-mash of assembled voice clips or via human avatars. A chilling example occurs in "QSO" when the host of a ConspiracyTheory radio show has stumbled on a secret that Samaritan would rather did not get out. During a live broadcast, his soundboard and phone lines go dead, yet he continues to hear ''his own voice'' talking over the radio, announcing that he intends to commit suicide.
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